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Kate, William and Harry give royal thumbs-up to marathoners

03 May 2017

Princess Diana died in a auto crash in Paris in August 1997 when Harry was only 12 years of age.

William went on to say they were "uniquely bonded" by the traumatic event.

"Harry and I over the years, have not talked enough about our mother".

THE Duchess of Cambridge has praised her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, for speaking openly about confronting his mental health issues in a podcast with The Telegraph which aired last weekend. "I always thought, what's the point of bringing up something that's only going to make you sad". It ain't going to change it, it ain't going to bring her back'.

She said parents should be helped "to start these conversations from a much earlier age but through play, even if their language hasn't yet developed". The British royal family is working hard to abolish the stigma surrounding mental health through their Heads Together campaign that promotes mental well-being.

"It's Friday! 21st of April, and this is a very special official chart", Prince William kicked things off.

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The "Million Reasons" hitmaker has been invited by the 34-year-old royal to talk through the ways they can pull together to make depression and other mind-related ailments "normalised".

He was praised by the Duchess, who described him as "brilliant" for revealing in an interview with the Daily Telegraph that he spent almost 20 years "not thinking" about the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and eventually got help after two years of "total chaos".

He added: "You then when you speak to other people's families and little kids, you think "wow I don't want them to have to go through the same things". Prince William also said that the stiff upper lip culture won't be passed on to Prince George and Princess Charlotte as he and Duchess Kate plan to raise their children in a more relaxed and open environment when it comes to emotions. "Someone has to take the lead and force that conversation".

'Nothing can really prepare you for that.

Kate shared her own experience of being a new mother and terming the moment of welcoming the first child as a "life-changing moment". "We need to prioritize mental health". Armed with a red beacon at the starting point of the race, a joking William couldn't resist threatening to blast his laughing wife. We are in the middle of a truly national conversation on mental health.